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Some of the world's most riskiest airspace is above the cloistered and sometimes trigger-happy hermit Kingdom of North Korea, the Stalinist holdout that remains in an active state of war with its southern neighbor and possesses one of the world's largest militaries.
The largest known outbreak of the lethal Ebola virus in West Africa is prompting authorities as far away as Asia to take preventive measures, although scientists say a global spread of the disease is unlikely.
A new flock of no-frills airlines is descending on Bangkok's Don Mueang airport, whose significance as the region's low-cost carrier hub is growing amid optimism for a traffic recovery.
The Fair Trade Commission has slapped a record fine on major builders for their alleged collusion in bidding for a project to build a new high-speed railroad.
Thirteen out of 24 baseball players on the Korean roster for the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon in September have yet to fulfill their mandatory military service.
A dozen students crowded around a picnic table at Ralph Foy Park in Burbank Monday afternoon, decorating leather bracelets and bookmarks.
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport accumulated visitor traffic of 16.689 million travelers in the first six months of 2014, growing 13.1 percent from the same period last year, the highest among all airports in Asia.
People holding yellow umbrellas in support of victims of the mid-April Sewol ferry disaster, carry boxes containing signatures of South Koreans petitioning for the enactment of a special law after the disaster, as they march towards the National Assembly The driver of a South Korean businessman wanted over the sinking of a ferry that killed 304 in ... (more)
South Korea has no intention of offering another round of talks with North Korea on its planned Asian Games participation as Pyongyang is responsible for the breakdown of the previous meeting, a government official said Tuesday.
Two female followers of the deceased Yoo Byung-eun gave up themselves up to law enforcement authorities on Monday.
The joint venture between Thai budget carrier Nok Air and Singapore's low-cost carrier Scoot is aiming to jump-start the new carrier by using a Thai airline licence held by Pete Air, which has not flown.
The Dongwha Duty Free Shop in the Gwanghwamun district in downtown Seoul is regularly thronged with visitors from China, some of the 4 million who now visit South Korea annually, making it the top foreign tourist destination for Chinese travellers.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 05:01 pm
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